Security researchers have revealed that almost every Wi-Fi router is vulnerable to attack, leading to concerns from tech companies and consumers alike.
In the fight against cyber crime, companies now have a new enemy to fear: hackers in pursuit of bitcoin.
The majority of cars in the UK are smart cars now, with features such as GPS tracking and wifi.
A new global ransomware outbreak, which picked up the name Petya or NotPetya, hit companies across the world in June and the consequences of the attack are still surfacing.
A new vulnerability has been found in widely used software, leading to fears of another cyber attack on the scale of the recent WannaCry breach.
As the number of worldwide cyber attacks increase, insurers are coming to the rescue – and insurer AIG in particular is leading the way by launching a cyber insurance policy for high-net-worth individuals.
Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group which targeted Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee during the US presidential election, has turned its focus to French politics.
A Russian computer programmer, Pyotr Levashov, has been arrested in Spain for suspected links to the Russian hacking of the US presidential election.
Since 2014, Chinese hackers have carried out sustained attacks on companies all over the world via their supply chain.
If you thought that buying a tractor meant you had the right to drive, fix and repair as you saw fit, you would be wrong, if that tractor was made by John Deere.
The US department of justice (DoJ) has charged two Russian intelligence officers and their conspirators for hacking Yahoo in 2014.
Labour MPs have accused the UK government of hiding information about the Kremlin interfering with Brexit.
The infiltration of the US Democratic Party’s email servers, the major power outage in Ukraine, and Sony’s massive data breach are just some of the damaging cyber attacks carried out by sophisticated hackers over the last few years.
The value of total fraud in the UK — not limited to the cybersphere — surpassed £1bn for the first time since 2011, according to a report published yesterday by accountancy firm KPMG.
The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) twelfth annual assessment of global risks was published today, with a strong focus this year on tackling inequality and deepening social and political polarisation.